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Shure Enhances MicroFlex Wireless, Centraverse Lines, Expands Partnerships at ISE 2017

During ISE 2017, Shure inegrates with Biamp, QSC and others; enhances MicroFlex Wireless; adds to Centraverse line and more.

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Shure Enhances MicroFlex Wireless, Centraverse Lines, Expands Partnerships at ISE 2017

Shure debuted a High Density mode for its line of Microflex Wireless System (MXW) conferencing microphones at ISE 2017.

You can’t swing a microphone at Integrated Systems Europe 2017 without hitting upon Shure related news.

For one thing, it’s clear that other manufacturers see an opportunity to piggyback on Shure’s reputation for quality audio in meeting rooms as customers’ expectations for conference audio climb higher.

QSC announces integration between Shure’s Microflex Advance and Microflex Wireless lines and its entire QSC Q-SYS Platform.

Meanwhile, Biamp says its new TesiraFORTÉ DAN range of audio processors interface with Shure MXA beamforming line of microphones.

But Shure has ISE 2017 announcements of its own.

From Shure’s ISE 2017 Press Release

Shure Expands Centraverse Microphone Line With Two New Gooseneck Options:

Shure has expanded the Centraverse™ Installed Sound Microphones line by introducing two additional gooseneck condenser microphones, the CVG12D and CVG18D. Designed with dual gooseneck sections for full articulation, inline preamp and an integrated base for precise positioning, the microphones create an all-in-one solution, meeting the needs of customers who prefer a fully preconfigured desktop solution. The CVG12D and CVG18D also feature a cardioid polar pattern with a frequency response tailored for speech, which maximizes intelligibility while reducing ambient room noise and feedback.

Shure Enhances Conferencing Range with Flexible Interpretation Console and Name Sign:

Shure has added a new ISO 20109-compliant Interpretation Console and Electronic Name Sign to its line of conferencing products for use with the DCS6000 Digital Conference System. The Interpretation Console is designed to give conference interpreters greater control and flexibility, while the Name Sign provides a programmable electronic sign that makes it easy to identify conference participants.

Shure Introduces IntelliMix® P300 Audio Conferencing Processor at ISE 2017:

Shure has introduced the IntelliMix® P300 Audio Conferencing Processor, a new digital signal processor created specifically for conferencing applications. The P300 offers Shure IntelliMix DSP algorithms that significantly enhance the audio quality in video meetings, a variety of connectivity options, plus seamless operation with Shure Microflex® Advance™ and Microflex® Wireless microphone solutions for AV conferencing.

Shure Launches High Density Mode for Microflex Wireless:

Shure debuted a  High  Density mode for its line of Microflex® Wireless System (MXW) conferencing microphones. Launched in 2013, the  versatile  and  scalable  MXW  systems’  range  of  wireless  microphones  and  supporting  hardware have   become   the   industry   go-to   solution   for   managed   AV   conferencing   in   large   corporate boardrooms, multi-room environments, and networked campuses. The firmware version 5.x update for MXW  includes  High  Density  mode  which  enables  users  to  operate  twice  as  many  simultaneous microphones.

Shure Introduces ULX-D® Boundary and Gooseneck Transmitters at ISE 2017:

Shure is expanding its renowned ULX-D® Digital Wireless System, adding two meeting-friendly microphone transmitters for live business events to the ULX-D offerings. The new ULXD6 boundary and ULXD8 gooseneck transmitters offer brilliant ULX-D sound quality with low latency, signal stability, high spectral efficiency, leading encryption technology, and are compatible with rechargeable Lithium-Ion or standard AA batteries. In addition, they work in the UHF TV band as well as other frequency bands, providing operability in countries or environments where Microflex Wireless bands are already used or unavailable.

Shure Expands Partnership Program with Leading AV Hardware and Software Providers:

Shure announced a number of additions to its partnership program, which provide an expanded level of integration between Shure wired and wireless audio systems and other leading AV hardware and software. Shure now has formed partnerships with Cisco, Crestron, Polycom, Biamp, QSC, Symetrix, Yamaha, Audinate, Chief and others.